Tag Archives: Geeta Dutt

Ye Zindagi Usi Ki Hai Jo Kisi Ka Ho Gaya . . .

The greatest Indian movie made on the Salim-Anarkali saga is unarguably Mughal-e-Azam (1960). It can be considered as one of the best movies ever made not just in India but all over the world. Legendary director Kareem Aasif took 15 long years … Continue reading

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Bollywood classics very close to my heart

I present a list of Bollywood’s all time great classics which are very close to my heart. The list is bound to be subjective since I have to select a only a few out of hundreds. Besides, everybody can make … Continue reading

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Is this world only for the successful ?

Kaagaz Ke Phool (1959) is the last movie bearing the name of Bollywood’s genius, Guru Dutt as the director. It’s a classic example of box office failure of an immortal masterpiece. It’s the tragic saga of a talented film director … Continue reading

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